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Anjuta is an "Integrated Development Environment for C and C++".

on freshports at:
http://www.freshports.org/devel/anjuta/
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I will try to build this module.

Update: A module for this PBI has been submitted. If it passes inspections we should soon see a version for testing.

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The PBI module for Anjuta has been added to the build server. I will test the PBI once it is finished building.
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Default error while compiling c++ project - intltool probably have something with it
Hi.
Compiler return error while trying to compile default c++ project;
errors:
/home/kjb/foobar-cpp/configure: line 6073: syntax error near unexpected token `0.35.0'

/home/kjb/foobar-cpp/configure: line 6073: `IT_PROG_INTLTOOL(0.35.0)'

I have intltool installed
$ locate intltool.m4
/usr/local/share/aclocal/intltool.m4

i even reinstalled it (/usr/ports/textproc/intltool) succesfully,(with terminal but not in portjail), but problem remains.
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Default error while compiling c++ project - intltool probably have something with it
Syntax error sounds like the "configure" script has a bug. Take a look
at this line:

`IT_PROG_INTLTOOL(0.35.0)'

The first char is a back-tick `, and the last is a single quote '.
Shouldn't they be the same? Take a look at configure file, is that the
case on that line?
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